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WORTH TWO IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 4 October 1898

WORTH TWO 9IN THE BUSH. Venables off in his hansom at a hand gallp,i. as if he -xpe'ictd to hop into an inherit:ance at th'' s 'ttion ,'" sn;}il"d a :fric;,d., at .i:-; i.h. atching himl o , ,,f the wi indowi'. "'Suppose it's -11 rig.ht with him." ' ur mibed another. ""Why, Ilain, look at hint. and there's your answer. IHe looks as if he had been lit tp electrically, and the light was shin ing ,ut all thriough his~ face::--syes "'Kind of iillnuminat'-- diasl--hoi ]-on'm1n ti'." sneered an elderly bystander. over hearing. "So that theiy wiho run may. reald." " So they mn?.." Til,' firs: spceaikr.' looked the lntteri fl1l in tihe eyv, andI 'concluniied w\ih m-olnasi<. - 'I- s every par .licular ill life-v omen concerned and all -T?.?labl0s rilns st?aigl a:" th_" lira of t spirit h'c 1. ' 1The ai1 of the li' t a .i' au". r i ,unt,:,-' anne. tlib'll hi'd out of his halirs,l' . anl bn t I hanlin i'n his "'sc'oni-class siOkin:'"'- a lnc.-asio; l to i; iinlmindiate circumi stan?...

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QUEEN VICTORIA'S CANES. ONE ROOM FILLED WITH WALKING STICKS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 4 October 1898

QUEEN VICTORIA'S CANES. ON(-P ROOM.I FILLED WITTH WAJT.X ING STICKS. Since the infirmities of Queen Victoria m:ade it nee"ssary! for her to use a walk ing stir-k, she has been the recipient of .:: ny calt"As. Her friends, relatives, and subjees have seized upon every possible ? c:?aion to f'resi.-nt her with a new cane. i e :h .ntire roomn f her private suite is s'i'k: wm ith these spc-ial gifts. When -".;, r s e t ,:expresses her iintentir.,n of at ttnding a function, ike a. Poyal welding ,*r christ-'nin", the intere-stedr par'ti-s con s'jer it litting to sep-d her ano:her cane. ]-'vey ;anniive'ralr she is forced to ac k:nowiledge :t score ,or is more. I-Hr's is a col!c-cti,)n of Iriie iks value. 'rT:(-re are gold stic!ks, solid silver .sticks, ,xquisitely engraved: sticks that ar.- a marvlil of the carver's art, and sticks that -coniain jewels. (Qui. n Victor;a has leaned more heavily ,ni her stick of late years, using it to trho- s :he rooem even, instead of only on !n-;" walPs a...

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NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 4 October 1898

'NEWS' FRQJM ALL SOUiUESS The mnnufacture of some of the finest French tapestry is so slow that an ar tist cannot produce nmore thanl a quarter of a square yard in a yea:. T?he .Tews are flnow in lossessiou of alout tO squalre miles of Plllestinie. or 1 per cent. of the :ounlltr'.. anlld hlt\e :Lagi cultural establiishmunts at Eksou, J-atfa. and in Galilee. W\'eil ptre'served tlow'ers froim i:gvpria tonimbs kept in tihIlie ll-Stll a 1 a'iro sh0ow ulit s.everal wetll- 1own lioWl.ors f-IomD E.v:g'illhil ,ou-Ils. such :]l 11" leo cry S."'-:llllthll . 'j lOt-dnny junt like iwh't1 they mlut 1lave been 5 Ou year' ago.Il A publishing i irm in Hrlin is .,in to st;lr t ChiaC" pail'i'er. cthe obiject of vwhich wil be to for1':ltrd the intrcests of .eria'in indlu'.ti,'s l'i?,ll i'i' Cli acse. It will bh 1ri. c, io' ri-c ':lpC!r. nll( lt e e1c. lly s im la" in :ll this 'on coFmI?s anIDDO'!y'::':'.: :i, li:mL 1l:lliv.Ce ('llin ese . OIIFL: S T'he oulttllt of ]lllaillallu rl'mt lil.;I is alibou '...

Publication Title: West Gippsland Gazette
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A NEW STANDARD HORSE MEASURER. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 4 October 1898

A NEW STANDARD HORSE MEASURER. The trickery of the hon':_- trtal:" is proveriidal, v iteis the "'Live. Stock Jour nal," but the sharpl practc.e's re:ort'd1 to by imany de?'alrcs will rceCi"e, a check oh cre the V1 lli-mns nV" p"tont stan tlard for n.-aiiuring the hei?ht of heoe, is a"dloptl. This -tanlard, ni v: hie h is malnulfa(c'urd bly ir Nicholon, Leith Vane., Eiinblurgh. is . nmodel of in ,-=nuit~y. iand TZ i n it h,ecomi s --'ni .-: lly Iknown it is tertai to be icbrougt into r'quisiti1on for' t 'he i:'ual iintIiI; as -ell as for I?lre t Itit' i or":. Pro essor 'iV. O. V' illiams, of thoe Nv `veterinary Coll1,., , E:,inbur:.h, is the" inv' intor anid ";att''. 1I?., s'ta: dardst originally used for equi!'" n ,'a .tn "::i'." It i '"., h '.:\l,: 'er, diff . :t t , otheI inas Huil h l 1. nas it :1 :' ý'. a nunmber Of ingenloIS device's which prevent anything lilke in correctness or fraud. The upright is fitted with a spirit-level towards the centre, to enable an inequality ott th...

Publication Title: West Gippsland Gazette
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HEALTH HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 4 October 1898

HEALTH HINTS. Home-made Vaporiser. - Vaporisers, which are much used in cases of whoop ing cough and other complaints, can be made thus: Place a nightllght in a sau cer in the usual way; then get a tall kitchen candlestick (or even a wine-bot tle will do), fasten strong wire round the neck of the bottle, with a loop sticking out at one side. Make this just large enough to hold a good-sized pattypan; fill it -with. water and a few drops of eucalyptus, or whatever vaporiser the doctor may order. The heat below will be enough to keep the fluid sufficiently warm to vaporise. When Applying Fomentations. - To avoid scalding the hands:-"Take the coarsest linen towel or apron that is pro curable, and lay it in the bowl or basin, with the two ends outside. Place on this any flannel you can procure-the coarsel the better-pour boiling water over it., then, by twisting the ends of the cloth in opposite directions, wring out the water. Lay the flannel, doubled. lightly over the part, and cover i...

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AN ANGEL CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 4 October 1898

AN ANGEL CHILD. She?-"T.ut. father. he is the only man I love." Father-"That's right; my child. I am glad that a daughter of mine doe; not love more than one man at a time." "WVell," I said, slowly, "I'll be honest with you, Frank. I'm fond of the cdhild -very fond. indeed. If I thought that she could like me--in -that way--I'ml hanllged if I wouldn't chance it. But she only looks u.pon me :111 an elder brother. Some day. she--I paused to blolv' my handkerchief--she would lild out. It would't do ; I'n' sure it wouldn't do." So it was' artranged thatl I should be I busy linishing lly book. llnd see less of Amanda. And Frank was to see! her eviery day. to lind out if she would like him better than mel, or if 11i could like her better than Nellie Mlaretiant. This arl'raugeent lasted for a fort night; but nonle of us s.eemell quite our selves. Mandy grew staid and silent. I couldn't do anything right with the book, andl solntlhiug skeellltd wrong with my liver. Even chterfnl p'rank grew...

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WIT AND HUMOR [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 4 October 1898

WIT AtND HUMOR A song without words-That sung by the kettle. If your pill is bitter, the quicker you swallow it the better. Elsie (at dinner with the family): Mlam ma, will that dessert hurt me, or is there plenty? To be good is noble, but to show others how to i' good is noble and no trouble. Mark Twain. The young, housewife who resolves to save y. cents a week by baking her. own bread should fLirst post herself on the price of dyspepsia medicine. A w'aclthy young lawyer spent two days and nights over one case, and at the end of that time could not tell which side he was on. It was a case of cham plagne. "Your hwife is somew;hat strong-mind ed. isn't she, Littljohn?"' Strong-mind ed? A furniture polish hawker came here yesterday, and in five minutes' talk she sold him some polish she had macde herself." A Nice Way of Putting It.-She: Why don't you talk nolte when wc're out to gether? Iie: I'm too polite to interrupt you, mIn dear. Custommr: Look here' The first time I used this mis...

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Ode to the Deity. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 4 October 1898

Ode to the Deity. O, Thou Eternal One! whose presence bright All space doth occupy-all motion guide;* Unchanged through Time's all-everlasting flight, Thou only God-there is no god beside. Being above all things! 'Mighty One! Whom none can comprehend and none explain; Embracing all-supporting-ruliqg o'er The earth and air and sea. Thou Great Eter nal Being whom we call God-and know no more. In Its sublime research, philosophy May measure out the ocean deep-may count The sands, or the sun's rays; but God! for Thee There Is no weight or measure; none can mount Up to Thy mysteries; reason's brightest spark, Though kindled by Thy light, in vain would try To trace Thy counsels, infinite and dark; And thought is lost ere thought can soar so h!gh * Even like past moments in eternity, Thou, from primeval nothingness did call First chaos, then ex;iatence. Lord, on Thee Eternity had its foundation; all Spring forth from Thee; all light, joy, bar mopy., . Sole Origin-all life, til beauty, Thin...

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AN OLD FOOL AND A YOUNG FOOL. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 4 October 1898

AN OLD FOOL AND A YOUNG FOOL. "VW'hy, I'd r:ather 11:7'r;:" her imyself." unid I. Nothing, in truthi, was fatt'her from Ilmy t houghts. Amnlnda's nlothlitr regar:ded ul e curi ously. "*'tf cour'ste." ;:ll she, "if tll;at 'were the case, it woutld tmake a diller "Bult I doln't reall-y intnai it." I cried. hastily. \Why, the -idea was absurd. Just when I was in the nmiddle of the 'book on the "C'ercblril t:onvolutions,'" too. "Then," said hetr imother. ,-losing her .hard; thinlotl with a sual,".Aunlil:t Will martr :Mr P'ltus. There is IIo ?lone Sut you who has any right to a voice in the matter," "There is Aituanda." 'I s?rgested. "A?uldad! ' She is far too youn.l to decide. I amn the judge for helr. 'A-nand:t shall do as -I b)id her, and manrly 3r Plutus." "I shall do my best to stop her." -"She si'hall not see yon." I knew she .voukl try to be :is good as her wordl. atnd llny heart went out in a great pity for, Poor little Amainda, who was so. like her father. :ind itad been at pet ...

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OBEYED INSTRUCTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 4 October 1898

O 7 7YED INSTRUCTIONS. Once upon a time a printer Irou:-ht to Boothl for inspection the proof of a new poster. lwhich. after the manner of its kiind, announced the actor as "the emin ent tra-a-dian, -.lwin -ooth." ?r Boothn did not fully approve of it, re!-t.os the "'3oston Jorrnal." "I wish you'd leave out that 'eminenlt tragetian' business. I'd much rather have it simple 'Edwin Booth,' " he said. "Very good, sir." The next week the actor saw the first of his new bills in position. His request had been carried out to th2 letter. The poster announced tha coming engage ment of "Simple Edwin Booth." ...lbencrii ot~ h. etr h

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GOVERNMENT DAIRY EXPERTS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 4 October 1898

GOVERNMENT DAIRY EXPERTS. Messrs. H. W. Potts, F.C.S., and M. R. Crowe, the dairy experts, arrived at Trafalgar on Tuesday last, on which day they visited the factory. Wednesday and a portion of Thursday were devoted to visiting several dairy farms in the vicinity, and on Thurs day evening a lime-light lecture was delivered at the Mechanics' Institute. On Friday, piloted by Messrs Jas. Whitton and Ashby, the experts in spected the Moe Swamp, and yesterday they delivered a lecture at Yarragon. The following are their arrange ments for the present week: Tuesday, Oct. 4, at Trafalgar Butter Factory.-Special day to factory managers on milk and cream testing, for payment by results; acidity, beastings, etc., etc. Wednesday, Oct. 5, at Thorpdale South.-Lecture to dairymen. Thursday, Oct. 6 (morning), at Nestor's Butter Factory, South Warragul-Lecture to dairymen. Thursday, Oct. 6. at 8.15 p.m., at the Shire Hall, Warragul.-Lime-light lecture Friday, Oct. 7 (morning).-Lecture at Buln Buln....

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LECTURE AT TRAFALGAR. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 4 October 1898

LECTURE AT TRAFALGAR. On Wednesday evening last Messrs. Potts and Crowe, the Government dairy experts, gave a most interesting and instructive lecture at the Mechanics' Institute, Trafalgar, the hall being crowded by an audience consisting chiefly of farmers and their wives and children. The lecture was illustrated by a very large number of beautiful limelight views of a most varied character. Mr. Potts, who imparts his infor mation in a most entertaining manner, described the means by which the Danes, notwithstanding the great dis advantages under which they labor with regard to climate and in other ways, have succeeded in obtaining the foremost position in the world as butter producers. He also detailed what is being done in many other parts of the world-by means of technical tuition, etc.-to forward the dairying industry, and pointed out the necessity for the Victorian butter producer to be thoroughly up-to-date in everything that pertained to the industry. During his lecture Mr....

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AN IMPROMPTU FOOTRACE. PONDEROUS PEDESTRIANS DISPLAY PRODIGIOUS PACE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 4 October 1898

AN IMPROMPTU FOOTHRACE. PONDEROUS PEDESTRIANS DISPLAY PInODIGIOUS PACE. The peaceful calmhn that almost in variably characterises the little town ship of )arnuin was considerably ruffled on Wednesday evening last, when a couple of gentlemen of some what 'alstattian proportions treated the assemibled population-and a dis tinguished company of visitors-to a display of fleetness of foot, which, considering the amount of superfluous flesh each pedestrian carried, was truly surprising. The occasion of all the excitement was a match over a distance of 50 yards between two well-known knights of the hammer--one a well-known resident of Traralgon, and the other an equally well-known resident of \iarragul. The former weighed about 17st, and the latter almost as much, and the match arose out of sonme friendly badinage over their respective sprinting abilities. The result proved that the Traral gon Falstlatl" was altogether too good for his opponent, as although the latter got off he timark in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 4 October 1898

Dental Notice. TEETH I IlIOrtaURt TEETH DENTAL NEWS TEETHI i FOR TEETH !"VAI RRAGUL ! ' TEETH 0 A 1"ull Set of Teeth for TEETH One Guinea. TEETH -o Mr A. French, R.D.S. TEETIH Surgeon Dentist, TEETH WILL VISIT WARRAGUL TEETH i At an Early Date. TEETH May be Consulted TEETH At Hill's Orient Hotel, Warragul. TEETH TEETIIH iýuR. FRENCH will be pei IVI sonally in attendance and TEETH give written Guarantee with all Work. All Operations Guarsn TEETH teed Painless. Partial Plates from 5!- per Tooth. TEETH Consultations Free. TEETH Town Address TEETHi 302 Chapel-street, PRHR.AN. Public Notices. G. W. ANDERSON, Land, Insurance & General Commission Agent. HAVING now established a General COMMISSION AGENCY, I shall be pleased to undertake Commission Busi ness of every description. Victoria Sit., ~Va;tragunl. CORR & RYLAH, E. J. CORR, BA., LLn., W. R. RYLAH, 'MA. LLB., Barristers and Solicitors, Successors to Mn. AECHIB13ALD ). MICHIE. MIn. T. J. PORTER (late with Mr. MIichie, ...

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HORTICULTURAL. THE ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 4 October 1898

SHCR ICULTURAL: THE ORCH-A-D. Gooseberry bushes show:ng any i::_:.z tion of being attacked with the larV7e 4 the gooseberry moth should have the f i age sprinkled with soot and !ime. Hl ' bore powder dusted over the bushes .?;l' kill all the caterpillars it touches. 'When the bushes have ret a good crop of f.-"itt and are free from caterpillars, a mane rial mulch may be spread over the roots. which will largely assist the development of the crop by conserving the moisture` in the soil. Currant bushes will also be greatly benefited by being mulched in a; similar manner. Surface ploughing must be proceedr2? with as circumstances will permit. The more open the surface soil is kept the better. Constant search should be made for the larva of the c6dlin moth. The bands arouna the tree removed and dip ped into hot water. The apple scab fun gus attacks the trees early in the sea son. This disease is a very troublesome one to deal with. It causes' damage to the fruit, which is marked with un...

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SQUIRE JOHN ; OR FOR LOVE OF A BONNIE SCOTCH LASSIE. CHAPTER I.—PERHAPS A FOOL'S ERRAND. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 4 October 1898

SQUIRE JOH; OR FOR LOVE OF A BONNIE SCOTCH LASSIE. BY ST. GEORGEI IAT[tI?H'llN-E. 'Author of "Under Egypt'n? Skies. "Miss Pauline of iNew Yor"." etc. CHAPTER I.-PERHAPS A FOOL'S ERF:, N D. "Stop--we drop off here," sings out Jack Travers, as he thrust~ his head from a carriage that has just passed .the magnificent Scott monum: n. facing Princes street, in the beautifu! city of Edinburgh. The Caledonian Jehu dra'cs u- to the kerb and his two passengern alight. In front of therm is a picture, ,e:z:elled no where on earth. Just acrcss t!:e green valley, made into a parlk, riss the 'ugged cliff, on top of which is perched the Castle, outlined in the clear, soft moonlight, the scene of many.,: stirring end romantic incidents in Scuttish his tory. It is eleven by the neighboring clocks, and the night one in a recent lMay. The long twilight has given way ablout ten to the coming of darkness; but tar off over the North Sea rises a battered looking object, yclept the mon:n, now on the declin...

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CHAPTER II.—THE HOUSE WITH THE SEVEN GABLES. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 4 October 1898

CHTAPTE TII.--TIT rl IOL-E , 'ITIi THE SEVEN GABLES. The driver has Iben mor?menttrily over whelmed by the di:'':'u " thia-t h'' cornm 1:'.it himl w thou't ar'conod's warning: but he lqui!:, rcoversh h`- , a-. ':nd picking h tin: -f up fro-n the st re-t. runs to the assistarn-e -ot the you'?r' nW!tn. "I hlave ti:. bias t al ri h';' look yo ' to the pansse?nrt--?nl .fl'rao' I! i-'s b"I hurt." sing- out .Jack, who, l'-:ne farnmii al'y "with th: t-ronhr, of th- 'Aernt'ienr prairies during hiis lif, a' a- cowboyi has: taught hin: m-ny a trick, by t'r..:ans of which tile o:v,.::t slpir!tad horse might b: he!t in eI"c k. Obc-udi-n:. h J. .ui turns towarcd his dilaidatml;id v ehi-e. He Iilnds seome dif ti'ultiy in t: n-'-ineg the frtnr , which ha:. suffereed front the horse's e --s or a scud dt n .'llisi- on w ith th -i '~_ve-m nt: buti -; -sinti, sh;c leds, and jist as Jack is Sivin -t :" l r:=e over in charge of a po "li"e-man - .ii. conmes running upni. tle in iW;t o the fkiu forlornl h...

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ONE OF THE FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 4 October 1898

ONE OF THE FAMILY. - Farmer Kimball was "in his "sraw berry patch, pulling up the weeds.when Lucy IKeene came down the road that beautiful July morning, and he'was just about to throw an armful of them over the fence as she came round the corner. The sun-bonnet she wore was exactly like one he remembered to have seen her mother wear twenty-five years ago; and he remembered. too. as he looked at this one, and the fresh, rosy face un der it. how that one had made his heart flutter the first time he saw it, and how he was so bewitched 1by it. or the face under it. thit he had walked home with Hester Mason. and had had hard work to keep from proposing to her. Ile wondered now, and he wondered many times in the twenty-five years that had gone past since then, why he never did propose to her. Ile lhad meant to m:arry her some thea, and lie was sure she had liked him in the old days; but something had come between them, and she had married. Robert Keene, gnd he had married his cousin Matxr...

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DOCTOR V. COOK. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 4 October 1898

.DOCTOR V. COOK. A capital story is told of the late Dr. Charcot, the famous specialist. Naquet a brother doctor and probably the wit tiest hunchback in Paris. was, and is a terrible martyr to rheumatism. He once called on Charcot in the hope of obtaining some remedy or alleviation for his sufferings. The old specialist shrugged his shoulders and exclaimed "And so you imagine that we know. something about rheumatism, that I can give you a new constitution, cure you?' Do you know to whom I apply when E am ill?. To my cook, an old peasant woman, who doctors people in the old fashioned way. She knows a thousand time more than I do. We will send for her." He rang. IIubertine soon arrived, with her apron tucked up, and stood with her arms akimbo looking at her master. "Well, sir, what can, I do for you?" "This gentlrman complains of rhzeu matic pans ant wants a remedy. Carn. you find one?" Carefully scanning this patient. she burst out laughing. "But, my good sir. it's his hump that liur...

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NEERIM SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 4 October 1898

NEERIM SOUTH. A few days ago while Mr. J. Sawyer's children were playing together, one threw a stick, which struck a little fellow, 2 years old, on the eye. No notice was taken of it for a time, when, becoming very painful, the lad was taken to the Eye and Ear Hospital, Melbourne, where it was found necessary to remove his eye. The Tarago Sawmill Company, under the new management, expect to start cut ting this week.

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